March is an exciting month this year to marvel at the wonders of the sky both day and night. Continue reading
With just 28 days in the month, make the most of them this February and take in as many opportunities as you can to gaze up at the wonders of the sky – both day and night! There’s a chance to spot three planets in the night sky at once (without … Continue reading
November, and the nights are dark and perfect for stargazing. So what is there to find in the sky overhead? Well, in this post there’s a few pointers to finding your way around the sky in November 2014.
In my hands is lunar sample #227 from NASA’s Lunar Petrographic Thin Section Set. Embedded in this transparent disc are 6 samples of rock and soil from the surface of our nearest natural satellite in space, the Moon, collected by the astronauts of the Apollo missions.
December is a great month for stargazing. Crisp, rich night skies provide even city-dwellers with great rewards.
Look up at the night sky this November and you’ll see the grandeur of space.
In this post, read about what you can see in the night-time sky from Glasgow and the UK this October. Plus, you can find out the sunrise and sunset times, the phases of the Moon and an opportunity to witness a partial penumbral lunar eclipse from Glasgow.
A little bit slow this month getting a post about stargazing this May from Glasgow and the sunrise and moon phases information up, but better late than never!
Although it’s now officially Spring there’s still a wintry air about the UK so wrap up extra warm if you’re heading out stargazing this April!
A new year and another journey around the Sun begins.